Pete’s Podcast: Arthur Albiston

Pete’s Podcast: Arthur Albiston

In my latest podcast i met up with (oh Arthur Arthur, Arthur, Arthur, Arthur) Arthur Albiston, United stalwart and consistent defender for so long. Arthur Albiston talks about his debut against Man City and his opinion on the current team. On Rooney, Albiston said, "We've witnessed him score some fantastic goals but he probably won't be truly appreciated until he retires" Pete with Arthur in the 70'sRead more …
Pete Interviews Brian McClair

Pete Interviews Brian McClair

Pete Boyle interviewed Brian McClair for Red News Fanzine. RN: So why are you leaving, right time? It wasn’t the ‘philosophy’ was it?! BM: No, I’m not leaving, leaving is kind of a negative thing, I tend to look at it the other way, that I’m actually arriving somewhere else. It’s nothing to do with anything that has happened, it’s just something has come up and I feel it’s the right thing for me. RN: Did you always think at one stage that you’d probably end up moving back to Scotland? BM: I…Read more …
In The DJ Booth With … Willie Morgan

In The DJ Booth With … Willie Morgan

In The DJ Booth With … Willie Morgan This issue it’s former United and Scotland star Willie Morgan who has the dubious pleasure of meeting Boyley, over a coffee or two at a posh Cheshire golf club. Willie shares tales of enough musical ligging to leave even Pete in the shade. What were your earliest musical memories growing up? “I was and still am a big Elvis Presley fan - he was undoubtedly The King. I think probably when Blue Suede Shoes came out, that was a eureka! moment. From then on, like…Read more …
In The DJ Booth With … David May

In The DJ Booth With … David May

This month superstar David May meets up with Boyley for a coffee in town and fills him in on his musical preferences, including a number of Manchester classics… What were your earliest musical memories growing up? “If I’m being honest it would have to be the Nolans’ I’m in the Mood for Dancing which I bought for 67p from John Menzies.” Pete: I admire your honesty! So many people claim to have bought something credible for their first record. I first bought a Suzi Quatro single from Dillons newsagents in Timperley. “Indeed. Album-wise…Read more …
In The DJ Booth With … Brian McClair

In The DJ Booth With … Brian McClair

All too often you get washed-up pop stars talking up their supposed long-standing allegiance to their local football club, as if anyone cared. In a new, occasional series Boyley catches up with United players past and present to get an insight into their musical tastes and how they went down in the dressing room. First up: Brian McClair. “The first singles I ever bought  were Ian Dury And The Blockheads’ Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick and Driver 67’s top ten hit smash Car 67 which was some Brummie guy talking about a…Read more …